ProStack partners with Powerscreen New England

ProStack, a global market manufacturer of bulk material handling equipment, is now working alongside Powerscreen New England in the following US states: Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont and Maine.
Ancillary Equipment / May 3, 2024
By Guy Woodford
Partnership: Pictured left to right are Seamus Sheelan, Lee Nesbitt, Cathal Sheelan and Stephen McCollum shake hands. Pic: ProStack

By joining forces, these industry leaders aim to elevate the material handling landscape in North America, providing customers with a comprehensive suite of solutions. 

Established in 1997, Powerscreen New England is a family-owned and operated business proud to have served the area for over 25 years. The company prides itself on being able to find solutions and create long-lasting relationships, with an equipment portfolio that has evolved to include other Terex brands, including Powerscreen, Terex Washing Systems, Cedarapids, and EvoQuip.  

Seamus Sheelan, president of Powerscreen New England, said: "We are delighted to bring ProStack's bulk material handling equipment to our region. This collaboration allows us to offer real value to our customers' operations, and we look forward to leveraging our shared knowledge base to benefit the end user." 

Powerscreen New England has been granted access to an extensive array of ProStack's products, including tracked conveyors, port hoppers, telescopic conveyors, and bulk reception feeders. The offering is fortified by access to Terex Genuine Parts, ensuring the highest standard of equipment maintenance for enhanced performance and longevity. 

Lee Nesbitt, global sales manager for ProStack, said: "The addition of Powerscreen New England further strengthens our position in North America, ensuring that our products reach more customers in these territories. Powerscreen New England will soon be receiving their first delivery of a Telson Telescopic Conveyor, which gives everyone at ProStack great encouragement for the future."

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